I have been working at Allytics full-time (More than 3 years)
Allytics does a great job at investing in the development (or what they believe will develop) each employee. While I think there's a lot of improvements that can be made with the onboarding process, I'm impressed that every new employee gets a 1:1 session with the CEO, President, VP, and CTO. Sure, this is a sign of a small company, but with 80+ employees, it's impressive that they still pay that much attention to getting to know you, and having you meet them.
They offer a mentor program, work from home opportunities, company morale events, and NOW MATCH 401K (this is relatively new).
As a marketing team member, you'll work on a ton of different project with different clients. This is a great first job to have to help determine what interests you and what you want to do long term if you haven't quite decided yet. You'll take ownership of large accounts and really build your experience.
One of the most common reasons employees have left in the past year was due to compensation. Entry level pay is pretty good if your experience is minimal. On the other hand, an experienced employee with be disappointed with small raises and minimal appreciation. Need proof? Just look at the Allytics salaries and see the difference between reported salaries and the market. Know your worth, and when Allytics isn't willing to pay it, have a backup plan.
Advice to Management
Offer more competitive salaries to your employees, especially if you value retention
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Allytics (Kirkland, WA) in January 2017.
•You Start with and initial interview with two higher-up managers.
•If the interview goes well, you get called in for an additional interview. If you're not what they're looking for, you will receive a generic "we don't want you" email.
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